The success of Professor Krzysztof Celuch
Professor Krzysztof Celuch, PhD, Rector of the Vistula School of Hospitality, is the winner of the Eagle of Tourism “Rzeczpospolita” magazine award. The award ceremony took place on November the 28th during a grand gala organized together with the Polish Tourist Organization.
The “Rzeczpospolita” magazine Eagle of Tourism Award was established two years ago on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the Turystyka.rp.pl website. It is awarded in recognition of exceptional achievements in tourism. The editorial team distinguishes managers who accomplish outstanding achievements in their fields, have a unique personality and who set high professional standards with their activities.
Thanks to them, Polish tourism presents a high, European level, and their successes set directions and trigger industry development.
Professor Krzysztof Celuch is one of such personalities, he is the Rector of the Vistula School of Hospitality, owner of the CC company, a boutique business advisor, and an accredited trainer in the meetings industry (CMM, CITE, CIS, HMCC, CED). Professor Celuch helps organizations, institutions, and enterprises in the areas of management, transformation, and business development, in particular – in relation to building events and experiences. For almost ten years, he was member of the Polish Tourist Organization, initially as a social advisor to the president, and later as head of the Poland Convention Bureau. Author and originator of the Poland Events Impact 2015/2019 reports showing the economic impact of the meetings industry on the Polish economy. Chairman of the jury of the MP Power Awards program and member of the jury of the RISE Award (USA). Visiting professor at SKEMA Business School in France and member of the Tourism Council of the Minister of Sport and Tourism. Member of the board of the Meeting Professionals International foundation based in Dallas (USA) and the only Pole sitting in the Hall of Leaders Events Industry Council in Washington. Privately, he is a GOPR mountain rescuer and a folklore enthusiast.